"Country Road" as written by Gary Eugene Scruggs and Dolly Parton....
Saw you turnin' down main street
In your big, black fancy car
You were dressed up fit to kill
With a pretty girl on your arm
You spun around and you headed up town
Where the neon lights all shine
Left me choking in a cloud of dust
You never pay me no mind

Chorus:
You're livin' in the fast lane
I guess I'm just too slow
I never wore silk or fancy furs
Just plain ole calico

I'll never be a fast lane lover
And they're the only kind you take up town
I am just a country road
That you keep turnin' down

If you ever hit a dead end street
If it's love that you're looking for
You can always turn around
And beat a path right to my door
Do I have to draw you a map
You seem to know your way around
So when you're tired of spinnin' your wheels
Baby, we can go to town

Repeat Chorus

I'll never be a fast lane lover
And they're the only kind you take up town
I am just a country road
That you keep turnin' down

I am just a country road
That you keep turnin' down

Repeat Chorus


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"Country Road" as written by Gary Scruggs Dolly Parton

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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